While Huawei confirmed on Tuesday that its next high-end, the P30, would be presented on March 26 in Paris, the firm began to distill some information on its future smartphone. The CEO of the consumer branch has unveiled that his camera could take pictures in x10.
It's in a little over a month, March 26, that Huawei will officially unveil its next high-end smartphone, the Huawei P30. In the meantime, the firm has already begun to give some information about its future device and especially its photo performance.
On the Chinese social network Weibo, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, has posted a photo taken with the Huawei P30 Pro by engineers from the R & D branch of the firm. You can see, in watermark at the bottom of the image, some blurred mentions like the name of the smartphone and the number of integrated devices in the photo module. However, everything indicates that it is the Huawei P30 Pro and the mention "Leica Quad Camera".
A photo captured using a 10x hybrid zoom
Moreover, the subject of the photo is none other than the Moon, captured using the 10x hybrid zoom smartphone. What so allow to capture snapshots of an object particularly far from the smartphone without too much loss in detail, even if the contours of the star remain fairly undefined.
As a reminder, the Huawei P30 Pro is expected with four cameras on the back: a main module, a telephoto lens with 5x zoom, an ultra wide-angle module and a device dedicated to portrait mode. We will know more about Huawei's smartphone during his announcement, scheduled for March 26.
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